RESULTS 2020: 22-19

Persad-Bissessar: I am not conceding, we want recounts
UNC political leader Kamla Persad Bissessar shows her voting finger to supporters as she left the Hermitage Presbyterian school after voting in the 2020 General Elections. – Lincoln Holder
Rowley declares election victory
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley. – Jeff Mayers
PNM declares five seats
PNM candidate for Port-of-Spain North/St. Ann’s West, Stuart Young does a dance move as he walked about in Belmont, Port of Spain on Saturday afternoon during his motorcade/rally. – Vidya Thurab







Kamla declares Siparia, Cumuto/Manzanilla
UNC Political Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar greets supporters as she arrives at her constituency office in Siparia on Monday night. – Marvin Hamilton

Polling stations have closed
This voter, centre, shows his voting finger as he leaves the St. Finbar’s Girls’ RC Primary School, Arouca – Ayanna Kinsale
Kamla: Let UNC supporters decide on victory gathering
UNC political leader Kamla Persad Bissessar and Dr Gregory Bissessar wave to supporters after leaving the Hermitage Presbyterian school where they voted in the 2020 General Elections – Lincoln Holder
MSJ leader Abdulah has to vote for opponent
MSJ leader David Abdulah

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Pt Fortin voters disgusted at sharing cloth to wipe fingers
The Egypt Government Primary School is one of the polling stations in the Point Fortin constituency. –
Deyalsingh tells voters: Celebrate at home later
Minister of Health Terrence Deyalsingh shows his finger after voting at the Cipriani College of Labour & Co-Operative Studies on the Churchill Roosevelt Highway, Valsayn. – Ayanna Kinsale



Moonilal concerned, frustrated at Gulf View voting delays
UNC Oropouche East candidate Dr Roodal Moonilal and his wife wait in line to vote at the Gulf View community centre. – LINCOLN HOLDER


Mixed views about voting in Couva
PNM La Horquetta/Talparo candidate Foster Cummings (third from left) stands in line to vote at the Couva South Government Primary School. – Angelo Marcelle
Duke complains of ‘mischief’ at polls
PDP leader Watson Duke talks to the media after voting at Roxborough Anglican School on Monday morning. – Leeandra Noray


Moonilal: Rowley tried ‘to milk a bull’
UNC Oropouche East candidate Dr Roodal Moonilal and his wife wait in line to vote at the Gulf View community centre. – LINCOLN HOLDER
First-time voters out in their numbers in San Juan
Young voters Shanice Musgrave and Isaiah Doyle voting early at Febeau Govt Primary in San Juan. – Sureash Cholai




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Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith speaks with the media outside the International School of Port of Spain. Griffith said he will not be voting. #TTElection2020 Video: Jeff K Mayers

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Pt Fortin voters turned away for wearing yellow
The polling station – Point Fortin East Secondary School. – Narissa Fraser


Belmont voters say process was ‘excellent’
Lifelong friends, aged 69 and 66, went out together to vote early Monday morning. – Rhianna Mc Kenzie




Enforcement of physical distancing in Arouca
-Ayanna Kinsale


EBC: Wear what colours you want while voting
A police officer speaks to voters at the St. Finbar’s RC School, Arouca. – Ayanna Kinsale


Gadsby-Dolly: Campaign energised population
Dr Nyan Gadsby-Dolly (second from right) and friends after voting early at the Febeau Government Primary School in San Juan. – SUREASH CHOLAI



Newsday reporter Shane Superville speaks with voter Rosanna Phipps outside the Five Rivers Hindu School, Arouca, on Monday morning.


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Voters in Diego Martin complain about slow process
Onika Wilson who said she could not stand in line for long to vote because of a spinal injury. – JEFF MAYERS



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